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February 24, 2022
Revenue diversification is the challenge - Carola van der Hoeff
James Lancaster talks to newly elected president of AC Forum, Carola van der Hoeff
January 1, 2022
'Discounts and downloads?'
Why community is the value your members seek
June 14, 2021
Dragons den New investment vehicle targets associations
Association leaders might balk at the idea of ‘pitching’ for private investment, but a new vehicle designed to encourage innovation and growth could see them doing just that.
April 22, 2021
Deep Dive S1: I fear a turn back to complacency Jeff De Cagna
In this episode of Deep Dive, we talk to new AMI columnist Jeff De Cagna about how contrarian thinking can help reinvigorate associations with added purpose, why associations have a tendency to think conservatively (small 'c'), why membership is one of the foundational orthodoxies that needs to be...
February 22, 2021
How the coronavirus pandemic changed associations for good
February 11, 2021
Virtual can deliver better results for sponsors…
How to add value for exhibitors when you make the move online
January 15, 2021
Deep Dive S1: Online cant mean free Damian Hutt
In this fascinating edition of Deep Dive, Ami editor James Lancaster talks to Damian Hutt, executive director of the Association of Association Executives, organisers of the Associations World Congress, about why associations need to work out a sustainable pricing policy for online events (04:35), why...
August 26, 2020
Closer to home: how Covid-19 is reshaping the future of meetings
International association meetings – particularly those that attracted thousands of delegates – were once the prized target of convention bureaux. They were the proverbially goose that laid the golden egg.
August 11, 2020
Pandemic: why its not over until its over for international meetings
For international association meetings to begin to look anything like they did before Covid-19, one of two things must first happen: either enough host countries push their daily case rate down to near zero to make overseas delegations a possibility, or science comes to the rescue with a vaccine or...
August 4, 2020
ICCA to phase out head office positions as it seeks efficiences
The International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) will begin 'phasing out' a number of positions at its head office in Amsterdam.
July 3, 2020
Cancellations put 55 per cent of associations into ‘financial hardship’
More than 80 per cent of associations have been forced to cancel one of their flagship meetings due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey by Association Meetings International.
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Business Events Sarawak partners with academia
In-person events ‘crucial’, according to new survey
GSMA weds Mobile World Congress to Las Vegas until 2024
New Zealand recognises conference champions who 'never stopped working'
Confidence-boosting IMEX America will be ‘one of biggest ever’
International space congress heading to Sydney
Thailand wins hat-trick of engineering events
IBTM puts play at centre of Association Leaders' Forum
Venues trial 'carbon labelling' on food to guide conference delegates
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'Creating community - I realised that's what I went to school for, I just didn't know it.'
Planning and design
Event planning: how data can help you win an argument
Back for good?
Ben Hainsworth on the return of in-person meetings
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